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jerry brown proposes some $8 billion in some painful budget cuts, and warns that $6 billion more could be slashed if voters don't approve his tax hikes. >> we didn't lose any money, we just didn't get it. when you make a prediction about the capitalist system, it is an estimate. a guesstimate. there is no certainties. i know you would like an exact prediction of the business cycle. it doesn't exist. wait. do you know the difference between saying hey, i think i'm going to get a bonus next year, and wrong? or as you walk to work, you lost your wallet? and $200 is gone. so one is a loss of actual dollars. and the other is coming out inaccurate on the predictions you make of a complex global flow of capital all over the world. martha: they counted on a whole lot of revenue that didn't come into the coffers basically and we're joined by stuart varney, anchor of varney & company. very fired up governor jerry brown there. what went wrong in california, stuart? >> he delivered a huge shock when he raised the decifit estimate from $9 billion, to $16 billion. bottom line martha is governor brow
. the defense claim was that there was one orange brown smudge on the bathroom wall, she had a fake tan the day before and that indicated there was no struggle at all. martha: quite unusual in a case like this, the victim's parents plan to testify for the man accused of killing their daughter, right phil? >> reporter: quite unusual. everybody related to this case seems to believe the husband. now, there's no way he would have ever killed his wife, and he had absolutely no motive for that. so this is basically going to come down to the testimony of doctors versus doctors. the medical examiner for miami-dade versus their own medical experts that the defense has hired, who will be here to testify. and key evidence for the police, they say the bed appeared that he hadn't slept in it the night before and the car's hood was still warm in the driveway. martha: and he says in the tape there are marks on her neck, which we'll hear more about on this, too. phil, thank you very much, phil keating on another case in florida. bill: team obama releasing its first official campaign attack ad going after romne
they will have thousands of people in the streets and steve brown, he'll be one of them out there reporting, live from chicago. afghanistan, of course, tops nato's agenda, but order in the streets seems to be topping the agenda in chicago right now, right steve? >> reporter: absolutely. there have been a lot of preparations having been made already. this has been a long time coming. originally it was going to be the g8 and nato summit here in chicago. the g8 has been moved to camp david, near the white house, at the president's request, now it's just nato here and the host committee in chicago for the nato summit says they are ready. >> we do this successfully all the time. election night for president obama was flawless. every year, we have a million people down on the lake front for the air and water show. that all happens very -- we know how to do big events here. we do a good job. >> reporter: there will be protests, lots of them. there have already been a battery this week. most have been pretty orderly but there are some that were not orderly. we have video from bridgeport, a section near t
the corporate headquarters of boeing. steve brown, live now from union park in chicago. steve, in a sense, if the demonstrators' goal was to affect boeing, they've already accomplished that, right? >> yeah, actually, they accomplished it last week. let's set the stage for what's going to happen quickly. we're not union park on the city's west side. as you can see, some of the local television news trucks starting to gather across the park. that's where we're told a bunch of folks affiliated with the occupy movement will be marching towards bowing but earlier last week, boeing told employees that work in the chicago headquarters -- >> [inaudible] >> gregg: we apologize. we've been having transmission problems from chicago but those demonstrations have intensified, up to 18 people were arrested, five of them on terrorism-related charges for trying to construct homemade balls and then targeting not just the nato convention but home of the mayor, rahm emanuel, as well as the obama campaign headquarters in chicago. so we're going to continue to follow the events as they happen today. we'll try
. steve brown is there live. why does senator lugar a man who ran virtually unopposed face such a tight campaign. >> reporter: there has been lingering questions about his residency. he has a home in virginia, not here in indiana. he does own property. there was a question about whether or not he was legally ledge sterd t registered to vote here. he has spent more time in washington casting votes than necessarily here campaigning when the campaign was slipping away. lugar finding himself on the attack going off richard murdoch's credentials. >> he does not have the qualifications and the background, has not done the homework necessary for the vital problems facing the united states of america, particularly with regard to security on our foreign policy or for that matter even broad items such as the agriculture policy. >> reporter: all of those items are important to republican voters today, but chief among them are jobs in the economy, of course, and lugar mentions those, but often mentions foreign policy first, not quite in sync with what voters are thinking. bill: murdoch has a lot of
is why are your words so strong against brown. why do you want him out? >> he has a job, that's to keep american travelers safe. he failed miserably at that job, it's time for him to go. bill: you call the tsa bloated and broken. you say the safety of american travelers requires drastic change but with that comes a responsibility on your part to give us a solution. >> we have to stop patting down grandma and children and start focusing on those who want to harm us. i congratulate our intelligence community for preventing this underwear bomber from getting on the airplane and for al qaeda to get on our aircraft. the tsa has not stopped one terrorist attack. we spent $60 billion. we have to have the intelligence. stop patting down grandma and children and focus on those who want to harm us. bill: john pistolee came to tsa with 20 years of law enforcement experience. replace him with what and whom? >> i don't know who we'll replace him with but the tsa needs to change its direction and the department of homeland security does, too. we have known terrorists flying today. 17 known terrorists
into kids' mouths in breaks. gregg: i'm going to have to lay off the dr. brown's cherry soda. it's probably killing me, but i do love it. [laughter] major developments in the iran nuclear showdown as u.s. lawmakers try to take action to prevent iran from getting the bomb. >> if you reach a point when you can't negotiate with tyrants, when you have to stand up and say, look, you stop this stuff because you're endangering humanity. gregg: is hurting tehran on paper really enough? because that's what dan burton has said, that's all we're doing, he says. so we'll talk to ambassador john bolton about that, former ambassador to the u.n. martha: and ever wonder what it's like to be in the cockpit during an air show? we can finally fulfill your need for speed without any danger. wait until you see what we've got coming up. so cool, we'll be right back. i love cash back. withhe bankamericard cash rewards credit card, we earn more cash back for the things we buy most. 1% ca back everywhere, every time. 2% on grocers. 3% on gas. automacally. no hoops to jump through. no annual e. that's 1% back on...
, after senator kennedy passed away and scott brown got elected. bill: you would agree, perhaps you know a lot more about it than our typical viewer or me or a lot of people watching this, this is education process underway in america. >> sure. bill: we're still learning about this the polls are even. they haven't moved that much will that change? >> the polls show people do not like obamacare. they do not want obamacare. bill: slight majority suggests, that yes. >> the bottom line though we have to follow the constitution. and this is unconstitutional. and this is a public play, once again instead of letting the united states supreme court waiting for them to make their decision, they're going to follow the law and whatever decision that they rule, that we will abide by it. bill: just a reminder our viewers you were inside the courtroom. >> i was sitting at counsel. bill: when arguments were heard what was it five weeks ago, six weeshgs ago? where are you now as this marinated in your head over the past month? >> we're slimmed that the supreme court will have a decision by june because
to be blood on the floor of her bedroom, as well as dark reddish brown stains from several items during a search the home. isabel's parents say they last saw their daughter inside her bedroom, more than one month ago, when she went to sleep. all of this raises a lot of questions and mark furman is here to help us sort them out, former lapd homicide de tentative of course and fox news contributor. mark, good morning, good to have you here. >> thank you, good morning. martha: i had the same reaction when i read this this morning and looked it over because they could be anything. i mean t. depends on what kind of blood stains they were, who they belong to, whether or not tests were run on them. tell me a little about how you're approaching all of this at this point. >> well, martha, when you look at the scene, you have first the option of seeing how these stains are deposited, are they the product of somebody trying to clean them up, are they dropped, in other words, blooddrops where you can actually see movement or the absence of movement, are they cast off where something is struck and t
: there is a strong suspicion here, hopefully it i not there. maze has brown hair, blue eyes, 6-foot 3, 175 pounds and they are looking for him now. rod wheeler thank you. when there are updates we'll bring you back. martha. martha: could it be some day, president hillary clinton? what the current secretary of state is now saying about the possibility of a first female president. bill: also new fallout in the fast and furious, is eric holder's future now on rocky ground? >> we're running out of patients, but we're not beyond the point of saying if you'll just give us what we should have, what the american people should have. martha: it isn't likely that. >> if they don't, then i have the supportive leadership to do what we have to do. (bell rings) hi. good morning. big news. we're spreading the word about new honey bunches of oats fruit blends and their unique taste combinations. like peach/raspberry... and banana/blueberry. we're telling everyone. with one flavor in the granola bunch and one on the flake. try some. mmm! two flavors. in harmony. yummy. four nutritious grains and two big fruit flav
are you doing? patti ann: i'm happy to be here. i'm patti ann brown. they say the would be bomber was a double agent. instead of sneaking the bomb onto a plane he handed it over to the cia. bill: catherine herridge on the story. good morning, catherine. what more have we learned now. >> reporter: thank you, good morning. we know this morning it was an insider job that the asset who posed as a saw side bomber was able to get the device and get it out of the country and provided the intelligence that took out one o. the nonmetallic explosives were season into the brief. there was an improved death tphaeurt. if the first one fails there is a back up. the detonator filed in part on christmas day because the explosives were damp. we can expect some more detail from f.b.i. director muller because it's his bureau in quantico that is looking at that device at this hour. bill: he'll face tough questions. that is a given sometimes when you have the hearings. but also given the administration's statement a few weeks ago that there were no credible threats around the anniversary of osama bin
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